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Youth Sport Trust 2013 Conference Session Explanations Mini-keynotes (60 mins) Delivered by high profile motivational speakers, designed to provide you with an opportunity to hear about a current key policy area or issue Interactive Workshops (90 mins) Interactive sessions which explore a specific area of work, challenge or issue. You will come away with an action plan or resources on how to innovate or enhance practice at your place of work. School Led Practice (45 or 40 mins) School Led Practice sessions consist of short presentations on a specific theme or subject which focus on a piece of work that the school has developed, is delivering and the impact of this work Updates (30 mins) Delivered by Youth Sport Trust staff to share the latest information on new programmes, key topics and future issues. Networks (30 mins) An informal opportunity to share practice or develop a learning conversation on a themed topic. Interactive Web Zone (30 mins) An opportunity to be guided through Youth Sport Trust specific websites and resources, helping you to see what is on offer and to become acquainted with specific pages and areas of interest. Youth Sport Trust 2013 Conference DAY 1 - 6th February 8.30 9.00 9.30 9.45 10.00 10.15 10.30 10.45 11.00 11.15 11.30 11.45 12.00 12.15 12.30 12.45 13.00 13.15 13.30 13.45 14.00 14.15 14.30 14.45 15.00 15.15 15.30 15.45 16.00 16.15 16.30 16.45 17.00 18.30 19.00 19.30 20.00 20.30 21.00 21.30 22.00 22.30 23.00 23.30 Lunch Registration, refreshments and exhibition Updates and Networks 1 Updates 2 IWZ 1 IWZ 2 IWZ 3 IWZ 4 Gala Dinner and Awards Mini-keynote 1 Mini-keynote 3 Mini-keynote 5 Opening Address Mini-keynote 2 Mini-keynote 4 Mini-keynote 6 Pre-dinner Drinks Interactive workshop 1 (practical) Interactive workshop 12 (practical) Close of Day 1 Interactive workshop 2 Interactive workshop 7 Interactive workshop 13 Depart Interactive workshop 3 Interactive workshop 8 Interactive workshop 14 Interactive workshop 4 Interactive workshop 9 Interactive workshop 15 Interactive workshop 5 Interactive workshop 10 Interactive workshop 16 Interactive workshop 6 Interactive workshop 11 SLP 1 SLP 6 SLP 11 SLP 16 SLP 26 SLP 2 SLP 7 SLP 12 SLP 22 SLP 3 SLP 8 SLP 13 SLP 18 SLP 23 SLP 4 SLP 28 SLP 5 SLP 10 SLP 15 SLP 20 SLP 25 Youth Sport Trust 2013 Conference DAY 2 - 7th February 9.00 9.30 9.45 10.00 10.15 10.30 10.45 11.00 11.15 11.30 11.45 12.00 12.15 12.30 12.45 13.00 13.15 13.30 13.45 14.00 Updates and Networks 3 IWZ 5 IWZ 6 Registration, refreshments and exhibition Mini-keynote 7 Mini-keynote 8 Mini-keynote 9 Opening Address Closing Address Lunch and exhibition Interactive workshop 17 Interactive workshop 18 Depart Interactive workshop 19 Interactive workshop 20 Interactive workshop 21 Interactive workshop 22 SLP 32 SLP 27 SLP 34 SLP 29 SLP 35 SLP 30 SLP 36 SLP 31 Youth Sport Trust 2013 Conference Mini Keynotes MKN ID Time Title Synopsis Target Audience (60 mins) What does 'legacy' mean for Headteacher associations share their HT 1 1115-1215 school leaders? thoughts on PE and sport in the wake of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The power and influence of Supporting schools to lead on health and HT teachers and schools on the well-being, presented by The health and well-being of Department of Health and an Olympian 2 1115-1215 young people who shares their experience of how comments made by a teacher and coach affected their mental health. Educating Essex' through PE Nurturing a culture of healthy HT and sport values competition to develop a values-driven ethos and raise achievement. 3 1315-1415 PE Curriculum 2014 Understanding the content of the new SL national curriculum for PE 4 1315-1415 Olympic and Paralympic Harness lessons from the Olympic and HT success: essential learning Paralympic Games for school 5 1515-1615 for school leaders improvement. This session will highlight the key Senior leaders, HT findings from the work commissioned by the National Literacy Trust, examining 6 1515-1615 the reasons for low literacy skills and Developing boys literacy some strategies to address these using through sport the context of sport. The importance of school- How headteachers are leading the way HT driven local leadership of PE to ensure a strategic local approach to PE 7 1045-1145 and school sport and sport that maximises outcomes for young people Oftsed Framework & PE Understand the impact of the new SL Ofsted framework and explore the 8 1045-1145 findings of the recent Ofsted Long Report for PE. Youth Sport Strategy: Sport England outline the key aspects of HT implications and the Youth Sport Strategy and how 9 1045-1145 experiences from school schools can access the opportunities that leaders it brings. Page 4 of 8 Youth Sport Trust 2013 Conference Interactive Workshops W- ID Time (90 mins) Title Synopsis Target Audience A practical workshop providing secondary PE teachers with improved 1 1115-1245 Is your PE inclusive? confidence and competence in providing a high quality, inclusive PE Practitioner experience for all young people, including those with disabilities. 1115-1245 Understand the Ofsted framework and prepare your PE department for 2 and 13 Be confident that you are ready for Ofsted All 1515-1645 inspection. Effective partnerships and strategies for developing and engaging difficult to 3 1115-1245 Solving the puzzle Senior Leaders reach communities. 1115-1245 Focus on a leadership module from the Middle Leaders PE programme. 4 and 16 Leading the PE department SL/Practitioner 1515-1645 Emotional intelligence and the vital role it plays in leading a successful team. Empowering students to improve the PE Student engagement strategies to improve the learning experience within 5 1115-1245 SL/Practitioner experience in your school PE, other subjects and the wider school. Should competition drive our PE curriculum or the PE curriculum drive 6 1115-1245 A competitive PE curriculum Head of PE competition? Find the answers in this workshop. 1315-1445 Using PE and sport to raise attainment Explore and identifying the most effective strategy for using PE and sport to 7 and 17 Day 2 1045-1215 Senior Leaders in english and maths to drive your core subject's priorities. Through health and well-being boards Lead Partner Schools advocate Sport: delivering health outcomes for 8 1315-1445 physical activity, health and well-being to deliver local health priorities for HT, SLT children and young people children and young people. Developing the life skills of primary pupils Explore how School Sport Organising Crews, bronze Young Ambassadors and 9 1315-1445 through a co-ordinated approach to sports Playground Active Leaders could be used to develop a coordinated approach SL/Practitioner leadership to sports leadership. Learn the tricks of the trade to get your messages across while raising the 10 1315-1445 Use the media to your school's benefit profile of PE and sport. Maxmising facilities for community Sharing practice of how school's have maximised the use of sports facilities 11 1315-1445 HT/ SLT development to position it at the heart of the community. Using ICT to support teaching and learning in 12 1515-1645 Practical examples of how ICT is easy, affordable and effective. SL/Practitioner PE What is it that sets the bar for young people's aspirations? A chance to 1515-1645 14 and 18 The sky's the limit explore key challenges facing schools in raising aspirations in young people Senior Leaders Day 2 1045-1215 and potential solutions. 1515-1645 A practitioner-led discussion and debate about features of an outstanding PE SL/Practitioner 15 and 19 Day 2 1045-1215 Strive for the outstanding lesson lesson. Developing a coherent, engaging and Achieving outcomes for young people through a high quality PE and school 20 Day 2 1045-1215 challenging PE and sport offer for primary Primary HTs/lead teacher for PE sport. learners Using feedback from exam boards to explore and analyse the performance 21 Day 2 1045-1215 Raising attainment in GCSE PE (theory) SL/Practitioner of your learners in GSCE PE theory with helpful strategies to raising achievement. Page 5 of 8 Youth Sport Trust 2013 Conference School Led Practice SLP - ID Time (45 mins / Title Synopsis Target Audience 40 mins 32-36) The positive impact of sport and PE across the taught A strategic approach to using sport and PE to improve 1 1145-1230 curriculum learning and outcomes in other subjects Senior leaders Using the School Games to contribute to whole school Using the School Games to deliver aspects of 2 1145-1230 Senior leaders attainment accredited courses in other curriculum subjects. 3 1145-1230 Assessment tracking to support teaching and learning SL/Practitioner Developing a CPD programme of assessment tracking to support the teachingand& learning in PE. Level 1 School Games competitions throughout the year for all age groups lead to increased participation, 4 1145-1230 Inter-house competitions: making a positive impact across the whole school SL/Practitioner student lead activity and the involvement of other subjects such as music, cooking, spelling. Using school sport clubs to help your young people 5 1145-1230 School sport: supporting and improving transition HT/Practitioner transition from primary to secondary school. 6 1315-1400 Ofsted: evidencing Social, Moral, Spiritual & Cultural Utilising PE and sport across the school to get positive Senior leaders development through PE and school sport outcomes from Ofsted. ME FIT: bridging the gap (a Sky Sports Living for Sport Using sports performance to enhance maths and 7 1315-1400 Senior leaders project) English. 8 1315-1400 Top tips in creating an outstanding PE department SL/Practitioner A school's experience based on curriculum, achievement, leadership and teaching and learning. Using the school Leadership Academy to develop 9 1315-1400 Developing the next generation of young coaches aspiring young coaches through training,mentoring SL/Practitioner support and deployment opportunities. Enabling SEND and able bodied youngsters to compete School Games inclusive competition: engaging all young alongside one another using competition formats 10 1315-1400 people in your school designed by Project Ability schools and the National Governing Bodies of Sport. School Games: supporting improvements in learning of Using the School Games to introduce learning 11 1415-1500 English and maths (primary) experiences into the curriculum. Using outdoor and adventurous activities to engage 12 1415-1500 Social inclusion: disaffected boys Senior leaders disaffected boys. Build a large extra curricular programme through the 13 1415-1500 How are your extra curricular activities? engagement and involvement of your school staff and SL/Practitioner sports coaches. Strategies and ideas to impact on teaching and 14 1415-1500 Languages through sport Senior leaders learning in the languages classroom. Using Olympic-based sports activities to increase 15 1415-1500 Maths through sport students' interest in maths while positively impacting Senior leaders on their understanding and learning. A pilot project shares practice on using competition to 16 1515-1600 Competition for learning in PE enhance their PE curriculum while motivating and SL/Practitioner enthusing learners. Using wrestling to teach aesthetic activity and 17 1515-1600 Aesthetic activities for EBD students SL/Practitioner choregraphy to EBD and disengaged students. Empowering students to improve the PE experience in PE Change Teams is the Youth Sport Trust's 2012 Legacy 18 1515-1600 programme for schools, and their students, to improve SL/Practitioner your school. PE and a range of other subjects. Change4Life Sports Clubs are engaging less-active 19 1515-1600 Pupil Premium in action HT/Practitioner students and impacting on pupil premium priorities. Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths and the Inspiring students through venue design/structures, 28 1515-1600 Senior leaders Olympics teamwork and history. Impact on your Ofsted report by utilising leadership Supporting whole school priorities through leadership and 20 1515-1600 and volunteering across your whole school and within HT/Practitioner volunteering cross curricular work. 21 1615-1700 French through football Using a link with Arsenal FC to develop French skills. Senior leaders Using your pupil premium funding to host a holiday 26 1615-1700 Keep in touch programme club for students focusing on literacy, numeracy and Senior leaders community cohesion. Developing leadership across the school to improve 22 1615-1700 Raising boys' achievement through sport education. Senior leaders attitudes to cross-curriculuar learning In boys. 23 1615-1700 Supporting the less-able in showing progress SL/Practitioner An introduction to new materials that support schools in moving SEND pupils from P Scales onto Levels 1-3 of the National Curriculum. Student engagement through School Sport Organising Develop your PE and school sport offer through Committees and PE Change Teams can develop a PE 24 1615-1700 SL meaningful student engagement and school sport offer that meets the needs of your pupils. Shape how school sport is organised within your 25 1615-1700 Developing leadership in primary schools school by engaging leaders through School Sport Practitioner Organising Crews. The impact of PE on pastoral and wider issues, raising 27 1045-1130 PE: impacting on whole school priorities Senior leaders achievement, behaviour and attendance. Develop a year round inter-form curriciulum 29 1045-1130 Competition in the curriculum competition in core subjects to culminate at your Senior leaders school's School Games Day. Strategies include a spelling-bee in English, slime construction in science A chance to understand the findings from a recent and a maths murder mystery. 30 1045-1130 Engaging girls in physical education research project and hear from a school that has SL/Practitioner enjoyed success is engaging girls in PE Enabling primary schools to develop a thematic/multi Developing an intra-school competition offer for primary skill approach to intra school (School Games Level 1) 31 1045-1130 Practitioner aged young people. competition, building upon the principles of Long Term Athlete Development. Using sport to enrich your KS5 offer and develop the 32 1145-1225 Developing employability skills at Key Stage 5 SL/Practitioner employability skills of your students. 33 1145-1225 Inclusive dance Enabling wheelchair uses to access GCSE dance SL/Practitioner through Project Ability. Using ICT to engage learners and raise achievement and Using handheld technology and apps for analysis, 34 1145-1225 SL/Practitioner understanding in PE observation, performing and sharing practice. Using the 5 abilities assessment wheel to help every 35 1145-1225 Assessment in PE at Key Stage 3 Key Stage 3 pupil to know their strengths, areas for SL/Practitioner development and how to set personal goals. Change4Life Sports Clubs (primary and secondary) are 36 1145-1225 Engaging less-active students engaging less-active students while impacting on HT/Practitioner wider, whole school priorities. Page 6 of 8 Youth Sport Trust 2013 Conference Updates and Networks U&N - ID Time (30 mins) Title Synopsis Target Audience School Starts is a new talent identification U 1a 1345-1415 School Stars SL/Practitioners scheme. Building on Maximising Bikeability to deliver wider whole U 1b 1345-1415 SLT/Practitioners Bikeability school outcomes The future of the Update on the Young Ambassador programme U 1c 1345-1415 Young Ambassador SL going forward. Programme National School New developments within National School Sport U 1d 1345-1415 SL Sport Week Week 2013. Using your pupil premium funding to host a Keep in touch N 1e 1345-1416 holiday club for students focusing on literacy, programme numeracy and community cohesion. Officiating and National Governing Bodies of Sport share leadership current information about accredited U 2a 1545-1615 SL/Practitioners qualifications for opportunities for students and training available young people to teachers. School sport partner Tennis presents its comprehensive schools sport U 2b 1545-1615 SLT/Practitioners offer: tennis offer. U 2c 1545-1615 Lead your generation The Youth Sport Trust's legacy vision. Building capacity in Develop a worthwhile voluntary internship for a your school sport U 3a 1100-1200 young person and build capacity in your PE SLT/Practitioners workforce by using department. volunteer interns Latest developments from National Governing Transition pupils in Bodies of Sport to create school club formats to U 3b 1100-1200 to and from SLT/Practitioners help sustain young people's participation in competition school sport. Start to Move, supported by Bupa, is for all Key U 3c 1100-1200 Bupa Start to Move Stage 1 practitioners. TOP Sport, supported by Matalan, is the Youth U 3d 1100-1200 Matalan TOP Sport Sport Trust's Key Stage 2 PE programme. Youth Sport Trust: Understand the Lead Partner School Strategy and U 3e 1100-1200 Lead Partner School All how it can benefit your school. Strategy Feeder school pupils have developed a Multimedia N 3f 1100-1200 transition support DVD for use back in their own Senior leaders transition project schools simply by filming students and staff about life in the secondary school. Development of student leadership, Embed student qualifications and opportunities across all key N 3h 1100-1200 leadership across the SL/Practitioners stages and areas of the curriculum including whole school languages, numeracy and literacy. Page 7 of 8 Youth Sport Trust 2013 Conference Interactive Webzone Title Synopsis Target Audience IWZ - ID Time (30 mins) Online resources Supporting the developed to support 1 1315-1345 delivery of Practitioner inclusive PE and school inclusive PE sport. YoUR Activity resources Supporting peer 2 1415-1445 can help support peer led Practitioner led activity delivery. Celebrate the Maximise the online success of your 3 1515-1545 resources available to Practitioner Change4Life Sports Change4Life Sports Clubs Clubs Supporting subject leaders to Resources to improve and develop their PE support you in department by using our 4 1615-1645 developing an online resource which SL/Practitioner outstanding PE provides case studies, department succuess stories, top tips and self-review documents. Inspire to Lead' could help you achieve inclusivity, Fully inclusive 5 1045-1115 ensuring your schools is Practitioner leadership reaching out to all young people. earn about the School Games The School Games 6 1145-1215 website website, kitemark and Practitioner available resources.
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